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Education in Libya is free but inaccessible

Education is one of the significant things that we’re entitled to, you can be judged based on what you had studied, where you had studied, and what…


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In the face of COVID-19, the Libyan public sector is not the biggest loser?

With the beginning of the spread of the Coronavirus this year, many countries took the initiative to address this pandemic, allocating huge budgets to…


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A "feminist" perspective for the constitutionality of personal status laws in Libya

By personal status laws, we mean the laws that regulate the relationship of individuals with each other, and it is common knowledge in Libya that the…


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What does Libya know about social justice?

The term social justice may seem to most Libyans as new or foreign to their culture, because its use was limited to academics, activists, and civil…


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The delusion of beliefs

What makes you who you are today? If we make a list of words that would identify us as people, we will most likely include either our belief system,…


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COVID-19 pandemic is a test for the capabilities of Libyan civil society

There are more than 200 civil society organizations that works on the field of health in Libya, run by doctors specializing in all health majors.…


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COVID-19 in Libya: The virus provides cover for escalation

At first sight, Libya does not seem to experience a strong outbreak of COVID-19. Currently, 34 cases have been confirmed, a first case was recorded on…


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